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Remembering Pat Roppel

...thousands of articles over the course of a 50-year writing career. Many of those articles were published in the Capital City Weekly.Her first article was for The Alaska Sportsman, then edited by historian and writer Robert Neil "Bob" DeArmond...
Missing your Parade Magazine?

...we at the Juneau Empire saw the loss of Parade as an opportunity to replace that insert with something better - the Capital City Weekly. Beginning this week, the CCW was sent out to all our subscribers. We've updated the publication to include...
Letter from the Editor of Capital City Weekly

The first thing I did as the new managing editor of the Capital City Weekly was to get out a detailed map of Southeast Alaska. Despite the name of this publication, we serve more than 30 communities around...
CCWColumns | Art
A new format for Arts

...the past six years appeared in a C section in Thursday's Empire has now been incorporated into the pages of the Capital City Weekly, a publication that shares a newsroom - and an owner - with the Empire. You will find the Weekly inserted into...
Alaska writer historian Roppel dies at 76

...of Southeast Alaska.Many of her articles were published in the Capital City Weekly, where years of them are archived and available online. A...grandchildren.For more on Roppel, check next week's issue of the Capital City Weekly.
CCWNews | Art
Calling all Writers, Poets, Word People

We at the Capital City Weekly are providing a forum for your creative endeavors.Short story? Essay? Creative nonfiction piece? Poem? Sure; send us your...
The Forgotten Battle for Alaska, part III: U.S. makes attempt to reclaim Attu

...Jack Marshall writes about history periodically for the Juneau Empire; he also oversees distribution for the Capital City Weekly. Contact him at Acknowledgements:"Last Letters from Attu," by Mary Breu...
Five Good Reads for 2014 this collection somehow manage to be raw and gentle all at once. Mary Catharine Martin, staff writer for the Capital City Weekly? The Bone Clocks, by David Mitchell. David Mitchell is a writer I like to describe as pyrotechnic. He can...
Penn's top picks

...showcasing during this week's Gallery Walk at the Capital City Weekly."I tend to think of the best pictures being...He's chosen about 20 new photos to display at the Capital City Weekly Holiday Event, images that will join the two dozen...
Construction to begin on Icy Strait Point dock

After years of debate over where to put a new cruise ship dock in Hoonah, the contract to build it has finally been awarded.


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